Our litigation and dispute management practice has dealt with some multi-million pound disputes. We specialise in litigation, arbitration, construction adjudications, mediation and expert determination.
We are especially skilled at early case assessment and early case settlement.
Our recent work includes facilitation of successful recovery of a multinational engineering company of unpaid fees and resolved an associated dispute involving alleged defective design and late performance on a massive mixed-use construction project. We also represented the seller of a 42 –acre commercial property in a multi-party suite based on a breach of contract as well as representing a large domestic contractor in arbitration to resolve claims.
Often when people think of litigation, they think of lawyers taking claims to court or defending claims brought against their clients. However, due to the cost and damage to business relationships that occur during court battles, dispute resolution is often used.
What makes a good litigator you may ask? Someone who listens to your issues, is aware of the commercial aspects of your case and someone who is able to anticipate a lot. Your claim, any counterclaim, problems in evidence, logistics and costs. A litigator also needs good communication and negotiation skills. However, it’s not so much about arguing cases but making a clear and reasoned case.
A good litigator, must have a keen sense of commercial awareness, good command over legal and technical principles and the ability to present facts, law and strategies in a reasoned and persuasive manner.
For more information on litigation and dispute management contact us at email@example.com. For more information on our other areas of speciality click here. For more government information on making a claim click here.